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CA 105 Park University Unit 4 Consequences of Climate Change Informative Speech

CA 105 Park University Unit 4 Consequences of Climate Change Informative Speech

Question Description

I need support with this Communications question so I can learn better.

You do not need to record anything. The topic on the outline needs to be the same as the topic in part two. Please read both parts before you begin so you have a clear understanding of what needs to be done. PLEASE DO NOT Plagiarize. I need part one tomorrow, if you are unable to complete that please do not bid on my question.

PART 1- Due tomorrow

Introduction

The purpose of this assignment is for you to carefully outline your informative speech, post it in this discussion, and peer review at least 4 of your classmates’ outlines. This will be done in a discussion format.

Please notice the Tuesday and Friday due dates below.

Directions/Questions

Use an organizational pattern as described in Chapter 13 (you may not use Monroe’s Motivated Sequence).

  1. Initial Post: Post your Informative Speech Outline using the Speech Outline Form below by Tuesday at 11:59:59 p.m. CT. You can attach your Word document OR copy and paste the outline into the discussion text box (please note, if you choose this option your formatting will not necessarily transfer).
  2. Reply Posts: Provide peer reviews to at least four (4) peers by FRIDAY at 11:59:59 p.m. CT. For peer reviews, offer ideas of how to strengthen their introduction, transitions, body, and conclusion. Consider offering ideas of how to help build ideas, sign posts to use (such as first, next, then).
    Do NOT simply say “Great outline” or “The first main point isn’t strong enough.” Offer enough detail so that changes can be made and understood easily.

Speech Outline Form

I. Introduction

A. Attention Getter:

B. Central Idea (thesis statement):

C. Credibility Statement:

D. Preview of Main Ideas:

Transition: “Now that I have told you about __________, I’m going to tell you about _________.”

II. Main Point 1:

A. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for A

2. Sub-subpoint for A

B. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for B

2. Sub-subpoint for B

Transition: “Now that I have told you about __________, I’m going to tell you about ________.”

III. Main Point 2:

A. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for A

2. Sub-subpoint for A

B. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for B

2. Sub-subpoint for B

Transition: “Now that I have told you about __________, I’m going to tell you about ________.”

IV. Main Point 3:

A. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for A

2. Sub-subpoint for A

B. Sub Point

1. Sub-subpoint for B

2. Sub-subpoint for B

Transition: “Now that I have told you about __________, I’m going to tell you about ________.”

V. Conclusion

A. Review of Main Points:

B. Clincher Statement:

**If you use outside sources for any speech, include a list of references here**
REFERENCES

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PART 2 DUE FRIDAY

Introduction

The the informative speech is to inform your audience about a topic of your choice using the public speaking format we are learning about (introduction, body, conclusion with transitions and supporting information). You will speak to your immediate audience of at least six (6) adults physically present but keep in mind that your intended audience is your class of peers (the immediate audience you have with you can be consider “stand-ins” for your classmates).

Directions

Prepare a four to six (4-6) minute informative speech in which you prepare a speech with the overall goal of only informing (not persuading) our audience of a topic of your choice. You will provide the instructor your topic for this speech in a discussion for approval.

  1. Use evidence:
    1. Use at least three (3) pieces of evidence from Chapter 12 (statistics, testimony, examples) of which two may be the same (for example: you could use two stats and one testimony; two testimonies and one example; two examples and one stat, etc.).
    2. Use at least two (2) outside sources (one of which may be from the Internet; sources from Wikipedia may not be used). At least one source must be a physical source such as a book, magazine, newspaper, etc.
  2. Prepare outline: Use an organizational pattern as described in Chapter 13 (you may not use Monroe’s Motivated Sequence).
  3. Use proper delivery techniques:
    1. Use note cards for your speaking notes – do not read your speech word for word like a script (those reading from a script will be deducted points).
    2. Use eye contact with your audience and vocal variety to enhance your speech.
    3. Minimize distractions (vocal distractions, such as “um” and physical distractions such as swaying)

You MUST have an audience of at least six (6) adults for all speeches (including this one) for this course. This is a university requirement. To earn credit for any speech you must either show your audience before andafter your speech OR prop your video recording device in such a way that I can see the audience AND you clearly throughout the entire speech.

Submission Details

  1. Submit two items: 1) Speech; 2) Outline
  2. Make sure to submit an unedited speech video or link to your video and your speech outline that you use to prepare for your speech (the outline will be the most up to date outline you use after editing it from initial instructor feedback and peer feedback in this module).

Speech Requirement

Your speech must include the following:

  • Introduction
    • Attention Getter statement (consider a quote, short story, fun fact, etc.)
    • Central Idea (thesis statement)
    • Establish credibility
    • Preview of Main Points
  • Body
    • 2-3 Main Points
  • Transitions
    • You can choose your own transition or consider using: “Now that I have told you about _________, I’m going to tell you about _________.”
  • Conclusion
    • Review of Main Points
    • Clincher Statement

Helpful Tips for Video Submissions

Consider zipping or condensing your video file before submitting. Give yourself enough time before the module ends (11:59:59 p.m. CT on Sunday) to submit/ upload your speech video. Another option: create a public YouTube.com channel and upload your speech video there, then submit on a word document the link to your public YouTube.com video for the instructor to view. Creating a YouTube.com channel and uploading it to the web is NOT a requirement, just an option. (Note: This information is also provided on the speech assignment information).

Rubric

Informative Speech Rubric

Informative Speech Rubric

Criteria Ratings Pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeIntroduction

15.0 pts

Excellent

An excellent introduction outline contains all of the following well-developed elements: 1. Attention getter 2. Thesis Statement/ Central Idea 3. Established credibility 4. Previewed main points

12.0 pts

Acceptable

An acceptable introduction outline contains all necessary elements but they may all not be well developed: 1. Attention getter 2. Thesis Statement/ Central Idea 3. Established credibility 4. Previewed main points

0.0 pts

Unacceptable

An unacceptable introduction outline does not contain all necessary elements: 1. Attention getter 2. Thesis Statement/ Central Idea 3. Established credibility 4. Previewed main points

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeBody

40.0 pts

Excellent

An excellent body outline contains all of the following well-developed elements: 1. Speech appears well organized and appropriate for topic. 2. Ideas were understandable. 3. Speech included 2 sources. 4. Speech included 3 types of evidence. 5. Main points were well supported. 6. Language was clear, concise, and appropriate. 7. Transitions were used.

30.0 pts

Acceptable

An acceptable outline body outline contains all of the following elements but they may all not be well developed: 1. Speech appears well organized and appropriate for topic. 2. Ideas were understandable. 3. Speech included 2 sources. 4. Speech included 3 types of evidence. 5. Main points were well supported. 6. Language was clear, concise, and appropriate. 7. Transitions were used.

0.0 pts

Unacceptable

An unacceptable body outline does not contain all necessary elements: 1. Speech appears well organized and appropriate for topic. 2. Ideas were understandable. 3. Speech included 2 sources. 4. Speech included 3 types of evidence. 5. Main points were well supported. 6. Language was clear, concise, and appropriate. 7. Transitions were used.

40.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeConclusion

15.0 pts

Excellent

An excellent conclusion outline contains all of the following well-developed elements: 1. Reviewed main points. 2. Clincher/closure.

12.0 pts

Acceptable

An acceptable outline conclusion outline contains all of the following elements but they may all not be well developed: 1. Reviewed main points. 2. Clincher/closure.

0.0 pts

Unacceptable

An unacceptable conclusion outline does not contain all necessary elements: 1. Reviewed main points. 2. Clincher/closure.

15.0 pts

This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDelivery

30.0 pts

Excellent

Excellent delivery includes all of the following: 1. Maintained eye contact. 2. Speaker used effective vocal delivery . 3. Speaker used effective physical delivery. 4. Speech was completed within time limit.

21.0 pts

Acceptable

Acceptable delivery does not all necessary requirements: 1. Maintained eye contact. 2. Speaker used effective vocal delivery . 3. Speaker used effective physical delivery. 4. Speech was completed within time limit.

0.0 pts

Unacceptable

Unacceptable delivery does not all necessary requirements: 1. Maintained eye contact. 2. Speaker used effective vocal delivery . 3. Speaker used effective physical delivery. 4. Speech was completed within time limit.

30.0 pts

Total Points: 100.0